A scathing new report from the International Transport Workers' Federation deals with Chevron's tax and campaign finance activities in California.
Contra Costa County health care benefits for undocumented and low-income residents may be threatened, given President-elect Donald Trump’s promises to wholly or partly dismantle the Affordable Care Act.
As the Republican Party swept into power nationally and the country watched its politics become more conservative overnight a week ago, Richmond had one of its most progressive elections ever—passing a rent control measure and...
Contra Costa health care professionals worry about what a Trump presidency will mean for those with federally funded health insurance.
The mood was somber at the RYSE Youth Center on Wednesday, following news of Donald Trump’s presidential win.
Polls had predicted a tight race, but in the end the the drug price-control measure Proposition 61 was defeated statewide—although in Contra Costa County 51 percent of voters approved it.
On Wednesday afternoon, one day after Donald Trump was elected as the 45th president of the United States, a group of Richmond High School seniors walked out of school in protest, marching to City Hall...
High school students across the East Bay walked out of class Wednesday and marched in protest of Donald Trump's election, carrying signs and chanting. In Richmond, students from Leadership Public Schools, Kennedy High School and...
The West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) will retain a vital source of revenue, thanks to voter approval of a parcel tax extension that will generate millions of dollars annually for the school system.
Yesterday, Richmond citizens firmly voted no on Measure M, a ballot measure to raise the documentary transfer tax on real estate sales.
In what may be the biggest electoral victory in the Richmond Progressive Alliance’s 13-year history, the political group has won two more City Council seats—giving it a majority on the council.
Richmond’s rent control measure—Measure L—has passed with over 63 percent of the vote.
With all 53 precincts reported and each ballot counted, the divisive 2016 Richmond election has drawn to a close.